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McCulloch had marched to and is now encamped at Springfield, with a force of four thousand men. General Rains, who had command at Sarcoxie of seven thousand men, left that place on Friday last, and has joined McCulloch by this time. General Price was at Pineville, McDonald county, with the balance of the rebel army. He also took up his march on Friday, and is advancing northward to join Gens. McCulloch and Rains. Gen. Price, on his march, designated and destroyed everything to ph on Friday, and is advancing northward to join Gens. McCulloch and Rains. Gen. Price, on his march, designated and destroyed everything to prevent our troops getting in his rear. There are no large bodies of rebels between here and Springfield. There are over a thousand refugee families here, many of them in a destitute condition, with a pitiful prospect for the winter, and more are constantly arriving. The measles are raging in the different camps here to a great extent.
Missouri affairs. Under the telegraph head we publish this morning some interesting news from Missouri. The telegraphs with reference to General Price's movements we find corroborated, to some extent, by the following paragraph, which we extract from the telegraph column of the Baltimore American, of the 26th November. GGen. Price advancing. Syracuse, Mo., Nov. 25. --Intelligence received here to-day, from parties direct from Osceola, is to the effect that Price's army crossed the Osage river at Hoffman's Ferry on Friday last, and his advance guard would reach Osceola on the following day. We find also the following in the same columnPrice's army crossed the Osage river at Hoffman's Ferry on Friday last, and his advance guard would reach Osceola on the following day. We find also the following in the same column of the American. It shows a disposition on the part of the Missouri patriots to make the condition of the Federalists as uncomfortable as possible: Burning of Warsaw. Tipton, Mo., November 24. --The burning of the principal part of the town of Warsaw is confirmed by a gentleman who arrived from that vicinity this even
Movements of Gen. Price--Missouri rising. Syracuse, Mo., Nov. 25. --Intelligence has been received here from parties direct from Osceola, which announce that Gen. Price's army crossed the Osage River at Hoffman's Ferry on the 22d Nov. His aGen. Price's army crossed the Osage River at Hoffman's Ferry on the 22d Nov. His advance guard would reach Osceola on the following day. Zedalia, Mo., Nov. 25. --It is reported that Gen. Price is still advancing towards this place. The Federal pickets were driven in towards town this morning. Memphis, Nov. 25.--AccordinGen. Price is still advancing towards this place. The Federal pickets were driven in towards town this morning. Memphis, Nov. 25.--According to the St. Louis Republican, Price, with an army 20,000 strong, had crossed the Gasconade River, and the whole country appeared to be rising to join him. e Federal pickets were driven in towards town this morning. Memphis, Nov. 25.--According to the St. Louis Republican, Price, with an army 20,000 strong, had crossed the Gasconade River, and the whole country appeared to be rising to join him.